“Qatar Foundation (QF) has always drawn inspiration from the Qatari community and its ability to adapt, resist and deal with crises, and even turn challenges into opportunities," Khalifa Essa al-Kubaisi ...
Qatar Foundation’s Qatar Genome Programme (QGP) is looking at the novel coronavirus (Covid-19) from a different perspective as to how do genomic variations in hosts affect the way the virus behaves.
While the Covid-19 pandemic has forced drastic changes to the way adults live their lives, it has had an equal impact on children, according to a senior attending physician with Sidra Medicine.
People with dementia and those who care for them are being pushed to the extreme by the Covid-19 pandemic, the CEO of Alzheimer’s Disease International has warned while participating in a global discussion
Doha International Family Institute (DIFI), member of Qatar Foundation for Education, Science and Community Development, organized a webinar
Qur’anic Botanic Garden (QBG), a member of Qatar Foundation, hosted a webinar titled ‘Medicinal Plants and their importance to the human immune system’, shedding light on the numerous ways medicinal plants can help
International experts highlighted the challenges in higher education at an online panel hosted Monday by Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) to discuss a Qatar Foundation-commissioned research report.
Qur’anic Botanic Garden (QBG) has said it is offering the community the opportunity to participate in a wide range of exciting and educational activities during the holy month of Ramadan.
Though the novel coronavirus (Covid-19) has disrupted life in a big way all over the world including Qatar, it has also had some positive outcomes on the families in the country, a Qatari researcher on family affairs has said.
Qatar Foundation’s (QF) website has claimed a prestigious online accolade by being named an Official Honouree in the 24th Annual Webby Awards, which honour excellence on the internet.
Qatar’s economic policy is built on a robust system, and a stimulus scheme of $20.6bn (QR75bn) over the coming three years is expected to “absorb the shock of what is happening worldwide